Posted December 14, 2016 Change,Conflict Mastery,Emotional Intelligence,Leadership by Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler, Ph.D.
Over the past few months, I’ve been hard at work to define how people can master very difficult conflicts. It’s for a book proposal that I’m writing. While I’ve been teaching these ideas at Columbia for close to a decade and coaching dozens of clients using this approach for just as long, writing out the ideas in book form has been an exciting new challenge all its own. Here is my first public attempt to explain in writing what I’ve been teaching and coaching all along.Continue Reading
Posted January 16, 2014 Change by Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler, Ph.D.
In my line of work, it’s easy to look for something wrong to fix. Much of the time, leaders call me precisely because there’s a problem – a team can’t get along; a core market has been disrupted; communication has broken down; a leader is not performing at his potential…the list of what’s wrong can seem endless.Continue Reading
Posted November 27, 2013 Change,Leadership,Mindfulness by Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler, Ph.D.
So often we look at the negative: what didn’t go well, what we did (and we wish we hadn’t), what others did or didn’t do, said or didn’t say (that we wish they hadn’t)…the list is long, and can sometimes seem never-ending.Continue Reading
Posted November 22, 2013 Change,Mindfulness by Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler, Ph.D.
It is a law of nature: the world around us is always changing.Continue Reading